How to Replace a 1997 Ford Explorer Tail Light?

Answer If you own a 1997 Ford Explorer, part of the routine maintenance that needs to be done is to check for working tail lights. If your tail light bulbs burn out, replacing them is an easy task that yo... Read More »

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How to Replace the Tail Light in a 1997 Ford F-150?

The F-150 is a full-sized pickup truck designed and manufactured by Ford Motors. The F-150 is equipped with taillights in the back of the tailgate. The taillights offer increased visibility during ... Read More »

How to Replace a Brake or Tail Light in a Ford Explorer, Expedition, Excursion?

Changing a tail light or even replacing a broken lens on the rear of your Ford car or SUV is very simple, and you only need a cross tip (Phillips) screwdriver to do the job.

How to Remove a Ford Explorer Tail Light?

Tail light damage often unknowingly occurs while you are cleaning and detailing your Explorer. Many vehicle owners use chemicals--such as glass cleaner--to shine up the taillight lens, merely in an... Read More »

How to Change a Tail Light on a Ford Explorer?

Ford's Explorer SUV has been around since 1991. Despite various changes over the years, the rear lighting setup has remained basically the same. The procedure to replace tail lights on a Ford Expl... Read More »